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Xin yue quan shu, Zhong xi zi = The New Testament in English and Mandarin Chinese (1880)


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This is the New Testament in English and Mandarin, side by side. The English is KJV and the Mandarin Chinese is the written Mandarin Language of 1880. This edition can still be read and used by millions of people who are fluent in Mandarin Chinese, whether traditional or simplified.

The Old Testament (part of it) has been posted here at:
http://www.archive.org/details/1875ChineseMandarinEasyWenlichinoisOldTestamentOfSchereschewsky

Those who are interestd in Wenli (Litterary Chinese) can find a guide at:
Lessons in elementary Wenli, at:
http://www.archive.org/details/lessonsinelement00balliala

This is not based on the text of W&H, but actually predates it, and is based on the TR Koine Greek Text. We hoped to find other such items posted, that are based on the T.R. But despite the assurances that they are in progress, they are not ready. Therefore this edition has been released. Permission granted to Repost and yes, it can be printed.

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